Isaac Grünewald (Swedish, 1889-1946)
Stockholmsvinter, Slussen (Stockholm) 1933 oil on canvas 101 x 81 cm
Still-Life with Flower-Basket
Flower Still-life with Amaryllis and white Tulips
Isaac Grünewald (2 September 1889 - 22 May 1946) was a Swedish-Jewish expressionist painter born in Stockholm. He was the leading and central name in the first generation of Swedish modernists from 1910 up until his death in 1946, in other words during almost his entire career spanning four decades. He was a highly productive painter as well as a writer and public speaker.